Margot de Taxco Greek Key Confetti Enamel Sterling Silver Bracelet
Looking at and holding this bracelet, it is evident why Margot Van Voohries Carr (Margot de Taxco) was one of the most celebrated designers of her time. This Greek Key sterling silver bracelet features her iconic confetti enamel in dark and light green, contrasting with solid black to create the key design. This is design #5542. A classic Modernist look that simply doesnt age or become tired, which is true of all great design. The confetti enamel has the look of mosaic hardstone inlay...absolutely exquisite in its details. The bracelet is composed of ten links, with box clasp, and safety chain. This is a spectacular bracelet, that makes a stunning statement.
American born, Margot van Voorhies Carr arrived in Taxco, Mexico in 1937. She ventured out on her own in the late 1940s- early 1950s, establishing her jewelry workshop after breaking her romantic and professional relationship with her husband, famed silversmith Antonio Castillo. Her designs were produced under the name Margot de Taxco. She is well known for her enameled silver jewelry. Margot designed until her death in 1974.
Measures 7 x 13/16. Weighs 49.1 grams.
Very good condition.
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